To clear up one point , my project involves scanning still photos and getting them onto DVD’s as a slide show, with transitions and background music, hence my referring to them as slides and not pages.
To display the “Master Page” view, click the “Master Page” button in the “Views” button group on the “View” tab in the Ribbon. The master pages for the current publication will appear in the Navigation Pane at the left side of the window. The currently selected master page in this panel will be displayed for editing in the main window. You will also see the new “Master Page” tab appear within the Ribbon. You use the buttons found in the button groups on this tab to make changes to the master pages in your publication.
The next step is to create the simple Excel workbook that contains the ticket numbers. Open a blank Excel sheet. Using Figure B as a guide, create the ticket numbering sheet and save it, making sure to note the new workbook’s name and location. As we discussed earlier, the Excel workbook stores the ticket numbers. In this example, we’ll create 11 tickets numbered 100 through 110. You’ll need to update the ticket values for each merge.
Imagine a book with title page, copyright page, neither shows page number but should be counted in front matter, TOC is 4 pages, then preface is 3 pages, then need a blank page so that book can properly start on the right.
Now look at page 1. Where it was blank at the top, it now makes use of the Section marker placeholder from the A-Master page. The word “Introduction” will be on all pages after page 1 because all the rest of the pages are part of the same section as page 1. But we’re going to add a few more sections to this document in the next few steps.
An important point to keep in mind is that WordPerfect does not increment chapter and volume numbers, so you’ll have to set a new value for them manually. In the Insert Page Number dialog box, choose Value/Adjust to open the Values dialog box (see Figure 4). This dialog box is almost identical to the Values dialog box shown in Figure 3, but in this dialog box, you can select a page number method for each of the numbering systems.
There are two ways to number the pages in your Book file: manually or automatically. If you have set the starting page number in each document manually, those page numbers will appear in your Book file. There are, however, advantages to numbering your pages automatically. For example, say you decide to add a few pages to a chapter, or change your mind about the order of the chapters. With automatic page numbering, your Book file will adjust the page numbers accordingly whenever you make changes that affect the page numbering.
If you are working in with chapters in an InDesign book file, and the second and subsequent chapters don’t reset the Subhead 1 and Subhead 2 numbers, return to those chapters and choose Type > Bullets & Numbering > Define Lists > [Your list name] > Edit and uncheck Continue Numbers from Previous Document in Book.
In terms of abbreviations, I try to avoid them because they assume everyone knows what they mean. If your audience is small, and you can guarantee they will understand what “V01_F02” means then that isn’t a problem. But if your audience is wide, you might want to think twice about abbreviating. As with versions numbers, alphanumeric characters in filenames are free, you can use as many as you want!
A best practice that we recommend to our clients is to create a base/folio master –with styled and positioned footers and current page number special characters– on which all other masters are based. This allows a footer that may contain date or issue information to be updated once and the changes are reflected in all of the master pages. If your masters only have current page number special characters then you can just add them to each master and the page numbers will be reflected when each master is applied to your document pages.
XXX is a three or four digit number assigned to a specific record. These can be assigned in groups to manage related documents as well as the same NUMBER can be issued, for example, for an SOP and a PR.
To customize a master page in Publisher, first select it in the Navigation Pane. You can then add any default content you want show in your publication pages into the selected master page. This is a great place to add building block content you want to have displayed on your pages. You can also apply any other design items you want to apply to publication pages within the selected master page. Content within a master page is not editable within the publication pages to which the master page is applied. However, it is an excellent place to insert content that will not change. This includes page numbers, design elements, and custom header and footer information.
Text Variable: There are several ways text variables can be used, the most common being style-based running header/footer variables. You can define and insert text variables via the Type menu: Text Variables.
My experience with a number of medical device manufacturers has convinced me in the benefits of a “no designation” system. Three designation systems I have worked with have failed. Just recently, one of my customers reported that they ran out of range in their part-numbering format. The system allowed for assigning materials through a two-digit designator within the part number. When the system was designed, needing more than 99 materials was not considered possible. Unfortunately, things changed, and just a few years later, the company needed more than 99 materials causing the existing part number format to fail.
I have just started to try something using video in CS6. I have 82 sequential images and I am trying to string them together as a sort of stop motion film (think the intro to the Monkeys). I have done the following:
With the field code still highlighted, press [Alt]+ [F9] to toggle back to the results display. The \r switch resets the value sequence (from earlier field codes), and 1 tells the code to begin the sequence with the number 1. This code should probably return 1, but don’t worry if it doesn’t.
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To access the header and footer in your selected master page, click the “Show Header/Footer” button in the “Header & Footer” button group. This places your insertion marker at the left edge of the header or footer each time you click this button. You can then use the “Tab” key on your keyboard to move to the center or right tab within the header or footer, if desired. Once your insertion marker is at the desired location, click the “Insert Page Number” button in the “Header & Footer” button group to insert a page number into the text box. You can also click the “Insert Date” or “Insert Time” buttons in the “Header & Footer” button group to insert date or time stamps into the text box at the indicated locations. You can also simply type your own custom header and footer information, if desired. Once you have entered your custom header and footer information, click into the page area to quit http://sl-inworld.com the headers and footers.
Look in the pages panel at the first page of a document. See the black triangle over the page thumbnail? That indicates that the page is the beginning of a new section. Each page that begins a new section in your document will have that little black triangle over it.
You can change the default page number settings before or after you insert page numbers in your document. For example, you can start the page count at a specific number other than 1. This is particularly useful if you want to create multiple CorelDRAW files that will be put together as one publication.
Tip: A “page x of y” page number tells you the number of the current page (x) and the total number of pages in the document (y). To create a “page x of y” page number, select Page 1 of 1 in the Page Numbering Format list box. (Note that if you have more than one page in your document when you insert or change the page numbers, the “Page 1 of 1” option may appear in the dialog box as “Page 1 of 2,” “Page 2 of 5,” and so on, depending on the current page and the total number of pages.).
When a document associated with a Document Control Number and/or Version Control Number is printed using the FileHold Desktop Applications optional file viewer, these numbers can be included in watermarks and or banners. The user can put special placeholders in the watermarks and/or banners: ‘%docno’ and ‘%verno’, which will be replaced with the Document Control Number and Version Control Number, respectively.
Indexing documents maybe useful during the times when electronic databases are not yet prevalent. Codes/numbers facilitate manual searches. However, if you’re using software databases for document registration, the value of assigning codes/numbers is becoming less substantial during searches or data filtering. Just make sure that fields for identification are provided (e.g. document name, document type, author, issue date, revision level, etc.).
the two most common ways I see it is either clause based, as Mark listed above, or process based such as PUR-01-03 for the 3rd work instruction for the 1st procedure for Purchasing. We use strictly names, no numbers
Printed Form. Reproduce an exact printed form of the computer record with fields where someone can manually write in the information. After someone checks for accuracy, you can then enter it into the computer.Tip: One firm, when they are training support staff on the data to input, will take a replica of the computer document form and enlarge it several times as a teaching aide to explain the different fields of data entry.
2: Discriminate by tax code. The system does not include the taxes in the price. The system prints the taxes are separately below each detail line. This option is not applicable when you select the One Page Document option.